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Hajra Tahir

Hajra is a third-year Law with Politics student at the University of Manchester. Born in Leicester and brought up in the south, Hajra has spent four years living abroad in Saudi Arabia. She hopes to pursue a career in commercial law and is generally interested in international relations, business and the arts.
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The Effects Of The USA Gymnastics Abuse Scandal

United States Olympic gymnast Simone Biles blasted USA Gymnastics and the FBI for standing by while team doctor Larry Nassar assaulted her and hundreds...

Does The Queen Really Support BLM?

The Queen and the royal family “easily” support Black Lives Matter (BLM), a royal aide has said. Speaking during an interview for Channel 4, Sir Ken Olisa, the first...

What Will Happen To The Monarchy Once The Queen Dies?

Despite being Britain’s longest-serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth’s funeral arrangements (dubbed ‘Operation London Bridge’) were recently leaked to the press. The recently leaked documents show...

Why Don’t Olympic Athletes Get Paid?

The Olympics foster sportsmanship across the world and provides a platform for elite athletes to gain global recognition. However, more than just an international...

Is It Time We Abolish The Monarchy?

Earlier this month, in a sit down with Oprah, Megan Markle and Prince Harry spoke of their experience with the royals. Particular incidents were...

A Short Guide To The Indian Farmer Protests

With 100 people missing and over 200 detained by local police, the farmer protests in India have careened out of control. Global coverage of...

Rehabilitation: a solution to re-offending in the UK justice system

Since David Cameron’s 2016 prison overhaul, the issue of re-offending in the UK has failed to secure serious media attention. Given that recidivism is...

Can we trust Elon Musk’s Neuralink?

As jerky valuations on Wall Street signal another week of tanking tech shares, Elon Musk’s eccentric AI endeavours captivate the attention of the world...

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